3 Ways To Run Tiny Tot Recitals Successfully


Let's talk tot about tiny tot recitals now. I think you actually have a lot of options and a lot of flexibility with recitals for this age group (3-6 years). And really these can be any sort of parent performance. 

So, if you've got your tiny tots in your big recital with all of your other students, and that works well for you, then I think you can just continue to do that. I think that works fine. I did that for a lot of years, especially when I just had just a couple of t…

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The REAL Reason Students Leave...


"She's going to take a break from dance". 

Those are some of the most heartbreaking words a studio owner can hear. 

Not only does it represent the loss of a student from our dance family, someone we've enjoyed seeing in class week after week, but it represents a loss of potential. 

Potential for what could have been. 

  • Milestones never reached. 
  • Technical skills never developed. 
  • Recitals that were never danced in.
  • Student friendships that will never happen. 

Of course, when a student…

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3 Secrets to Attract Preschoolers to YOUR Dance Studio


As explored in my previous post, preschoolers are the most important age group to attract to your dance studio, from a business perspective.

From a dance teacher perspective, preschoolers are treasured because are just plain wonderful!

While a successful dance studio owner has a good sense of business-savviness, at the end of the day we do it because we LOVE the children!

If you’re looking for new ways to attract preschoolers to your dance studio, here are some ideas:

  1. Be UNIQUE!

With a…

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